The Customer Function (CF30) is one of the controlled functions regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, and prior to April 2013 by the Financial Service Authority (FSA), that needs to be applied by all personnel providing advisory services to customers. Other functions that regulate the financial services market in the UK fall under the Significant Influence Functions (SIFs) and cover the requirements for the approved persons: director, non-executive, chief executive, partners, small friendly society functions.
Other controlled functions include the oversight, compliance oversight, CASS operational oversight, money laundrying reporting, actuarial function, Lloyd's actuary function, with-profits, systems and control and the significant management function.
Financial Compliance Training and Courses
Professionals in organisations operating on the financial services market of the UK are required to follow the guidelines described by the Financial Conduct Authority, the Prudential Regulatory Authority and the Bank of England. To stay on top of the latest developments in legislation, finance professionals attend refresher courses in financial compliance.
Browse the list of compliance courses and contact the training providers for more details!